From The Archives: Production DH-125 Has Larger Wings, Empennage

De Havilland had been making changes to its production aircraft, the DH-125 executive jet, we reported in a picture story in the Sep. 24, 1962 issue of the magazine. The wingspan on the production aircraft would be 47 ft., three feet longer than on the prototype and the fuselage would be would be lengthened to 1 ft. to 47.5 ft.  

The firm was studying methods of increasing the aircraft's total fuel capacity without using external tanks. 

Learn more about the specifications of the aircraft and if you're a subscriber you can read the full article and see the impressive images on the double page spread on page 112 and 113 of the Sep. 24, 1962 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology

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